Set 1: Cedar Laurels, Joyful Sound > Jam¹ > Remington Ride, Latinissmo, Bigger Isn't Better > Jam > Smile
Set 2: Shakin' the Tree > Jam > Tom Thumb's Blues, Turn This Around, Dudley's Kitchen, Outside Inside, Don't Say > Jam > Rollover
Set 3: (Ritual Set): Rivertrance¹, Jams > Land's End Reprise
Set 4: Round the Wheel, Miss Brown's Teahouse² > The Chicken > Drums > Chamber Maid, Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother, Use Me, Blackberry Blossom³, Lean On Me
Tye North took over on bass midway through Miss Brown's and played the rest of the set. Entire set also with members of The Motet: Mike Tiernan (guitar), Greg Raymond (keyboards), Scott Messersmith and Dave Watts (percussion), Matt Spencer (bass), and Jans Ingber (vocals on Use Me and Lean on Me).
April 21, 2010 Subject:
turned around to see
listening to the rivertrance>jam>land's end. Whole show has been phenomenal up to this point. Sounded like rider at first, but does anybody hear bertha in the "acoustic diddy" section of the big jam? It starts at about 32-33 min. on that track. I love it. Got my cheesy bisco tix for hulaween '10. Other than bonnaroo '02, this will be my first SCI show. Totally stoked about getting in on the good vibes I've heard so much about. seee you there!
March 6, 2010 Subject:
this was the best weekend of my musicly. thanks john for topping it off with this nice nuggut. peace, ed
October 21, 2009 Subject:
Best Smile I've heard! 2nd & the last of the "true" Horning's late nights.